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... girls. Reportedly Sarah was being rather vocal about my long absence. Girls were pleased to receive a few little gifts from the journey.
The food in Japan was wonderful, but the first meal back, at Dad's request, was 5 Guys for a burger. I mostly braved out the rest of the day with just a nap in the recliner to try and avoid the jetlag, and went to sleep in my very own elevated from the floor ...
... where I had a horse shoe in short a massive carb over load. And a bar where it's 4 dollars a pint with naff comedian comparing tater tots to Isis and not being able to get it up! And now I am in St. Louis with its big arch and the Budweiser brewery! Then we are off to Springfield mo Oh and the Hard Rock Cafe in Chicago was ...
... it is not the way we do it in the USA.
When we didn't get what we wanted, we wandered to several other stores that our local guide, Gaston, said were good. We entered a small jeweler, Manu Lizarralde, where we bought a raw amethyst necklace. Very unusual. Very pretty. Semi-precious.
Argentina is known for its rodochrosite, a pink stone mined only in Argentina. Many folks bought earrings, pendants, etc.; the high-end clear pink stones should ...
... decided to go straight to the BBQ place instead of the hotel. On the way to the BBQ place, we drove by St. Louis University. Thought of you, Diane, as we saw all the signs. And, Katie, Washington U, is not far away from there? Saw a glimpse of the infamous Arch... only a small glimpse as you'll see in the photo. Anyway, we went to Pappy's Smokehouse which is a straight out BBQ place, no frills, only great BBQ! As we drove into the parking lot, ...
Downtown St Louis was under construction and the roads were a mess. Ditzy, our GPS, took us into the city and told us to get off on exit 250 - except exit 250 did not exist! So we turned left, then right and ended up on an old cobblestone road. One choice was to go right- but wait there is a railroad bridge with a 10' 3" clearing there. Can't go right. Next option, go left. Nope, it's ...